Holy lithographs! Posters by Dick Spring celebrating the “Golden Age” of the Batman! 9 more words
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Ah, the chilling intensity of Batman 133 (Aug. 60) is clear from this disturbing and dark cover.
The issue opens by introducing the Kite-Man, a notably one gimmick villain, in a story by Finger, Sprang and Paris. 217 more words
Thor is featured on the cover of Batman 127 (Oct. 59).
The Joker is back in the first story in the issue, by Finger, Sprang and Paris, though he is not the central character in the tale. 378 more words
Batman gets crowned on the cover of issue 125 (Aug. 59).
Finger, Moldoff and Paris give the story to Bat-Hound to relate, from a dog’s perspective. 332 more words
Bat-Hound helps Robin track down Batman on the cover of issue 123 (April 1959).
Finger, Sprang and Paris bring back the Joker for another mediocre tale. 151 more words
It’s super-Batman on the cover of Batman 113 (Feb. 58).
False Face, best known from the tv series, makes his only appearance in the comics in this story, by Moldoff and Paris. 236 more words